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Michigan - Michigan-based manufacturer DE STA CO announced Tuesday that it will close its Mount Julye, Illinois, plant and move 100 manufacturing jobs to Wheeling and move them to Illinois. The opportunity for politicians in Springfield to finally deliver on action has changed the lives of more than 1,000 people in Illinois.


The Illinois General Assembly should put the political theater behind it and get down to work to reform the business climate for the state's manufacturers.


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The physical requirements described here are those that employees must fulfill in order to successfully fulfill the essential functions of the job. In performing this task, employees must use both hands to control, grip, feel and operate objects and tools. Employees must occasionally walk, sit, stand, bend down, grab, talk, hear or hear with their hands and arms.


Manufacturers are forced to ignore political pain points that make doing business in Illinois risky. That is why Governor Bruce Rauner's turnaround agenda is focusing on reform areas that are critical to getting Illinois back on its feet.


This means that more hiring and investment can flow into education, health care, infrastructure, and other critical sectors of the economy. This gives companies and investors the certainty that over time they can steer their profits towards more investment and expansion.

The Illinois-based manufacturer, which announced last week it was leaving Indiana, is also likely to save more than $1.5 million in compensation and health care costs for workers. DE STA CO will leave a state where it works for a significantly lower compensation premium than the state of Tennessee. Premiums for workers in Tennessee, measured as a percentage of salaries, are the second lowest in the country, behind New York State at 2.1%.


The special visual skills required for this task include the ability to concentrate and focus, as well as vision, hearing and balance. The employee works in a high-pressure environment, moves mechanical parts and is occasionally exposed to moisture. This work is similar or related to the logical allocation of the position, but the employee does not have to work in the wet, although the omission of a particular task excludes him from this position, as it can be changed by the employer as required due to employer requirements or job changes. These job descriptions do not constitute an employment agreement between employer and employee.